In a desperate move to obtain funding for the remainder of the school year, Chicago Public Schools filed a motion for preliminary injunction in its lawsuit against Gov. Bruce Rauner Monday. The injunction (via The Sun-Times) asks the Court to take swift action in deciding the two count racial discrimination case filed by the district and five parents of CPS students against the Governor, the State Board of Education, and Comptroller Susana Mendoza. Without an injunction, the district said it could resort to ending the school year on June 1 instead of June 20.

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